Curated by: Anna Grigoryan

From her first role in Lars von Trier's "Nymphomaniac" to her most recent "Infinity Pool", Mia Goth's filmography is anything but conventional. We've curated a playlist with interviews and reviews of her recent films.
6 episodes
251 min
Last updated: Feb 16, 2023
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Mia Goth Interview: How Nymphomaniac Put Her on the Path to Pearl
Collider Ladies Night & Collider Forces

Mia Goth has been quietly amassing one of the most exciting filmographies out there for the last 10 years. Until now, that is. She’s delivered standout supporting performances in films like The Survivalist, A Cure for Wellness, Suspiria, and more, but Ti West is the first to fully embrace the powerhouse she is and send her star soaring in a big way by releasing not one but two features in a single calendar year with Goth as the headliner, X back in March and now the prequel film, Pearl.

Even after having worked with some of the most iconic directors in the industry like Lars von Trier, Gore Verbinski, and Luca Guadagnino, it wasn’t until X that Goth finally got her first lead role in a feature film. One film quickly, or rather immediately, became two when inspiration struck and West got the OK from A24 to film not one, but two movies within the same series. First up would be X in which Goth starred as Maxine, a young woman with big dreams, and also as Pearl, an older woman struggling to cope with the fact that the opportunity to seize her own dreams is long gone. After filming that 1970s-set film, it was back to 1918 to create Pearl’s origin story.

A young Pearl is desperate to become a star, but her current circumstances make it very difficult for her to go after what she wants most. While her husband (Alistair Sewell) is off fighting in the war, Pearl is stuck at home caring for her catatonic father (Matthew Sunderland) and doing chores around the farm to appease her extremely strict and stern mother (Tandi Wright) who has absolutely no time for Pearl’s ambitions. Before long, Pearl’s mounting frustration with her situation and ache to become a star spark violent outbursts that tease the women she’s become in X.

While in Toronto celebrating the North American premiere of Pearl at TIFF 2022, Goth took the time to join us for an episode of Collider Ladies Night to revisit her journey from modeling as a teenager to becoming an actor who consistently picks riveting, bold, and truly unforgettable projects to work on.

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Episode 182 - The Mesmerizing Mia Goth
Film Rage

Welcome back ragers to the best movie review podcast on the planet. The rage rolls on from the Film Rage Studio.

This week the Film Rage Crew had one of the most enjoyable weeks at the cinema in quite some time. They saw the latest from director Sarah Polley. They also saw Bill Nighy the acting guys new film. Then finally Baby Cronenburg or as Jim likes to refer to him, B. Crones does it again.


canyonmeadowscinema.ca -1:20

In Cinema

Women Talking (2022)-3:03

Living (2022)-10:35

Infinity Pool (2023)-17:59

Murman Minute-28:53

Open Rage

Jim's open rage-Good films on limited screens-36:23

Bryce's open rage-Avoidable distractions-39:56

The Lists

Kelsey Grammar- Doubted? (revisited again)-42:37

Sarah Polley- on deck for Undoubted as a Director-47:17

Akira Kurosawa- Undoubted?-49:34

Mia Goth- Mesmerizing?-51:18

Two Idiots and a Dog (podpage.com) -54:44

Rage or Dare

The Beautician and the Beast (1997)- 32:15


Thanks Ragers for listening to our film review podcast.

Rage On!!!
















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Mia Goth (with Katie McGrath)
I Know That Face
On Episode 4 of I Know That Face Andrew and Stephen are joined by their close friend, film blogger and IFI staff member Katie McGrath. The three get Gothic discussing indie film and horror actress Mia Goth. Although only 26, Goth has worked with some of the world's most acclaimed directors including Danish provocateur Lars Von Trier, French master Claire Denis and Ireland's own Stephen Fingleton. She is perhaps best known as a dangerously curious dance student in the 2018 remake of Suspiria, a criminal turned defiant astronaut in High Life and a psychiatric patient with something to hide in A Cure For Wellness.  Andrew Twitter: @Andrew_Carroll0 Stephen Twitter: @StephenPorzio Katie Twitter: @itsnotKateok / Blog Edited by Charline Fernandez Twitter: @charlinefernand I Know That Face Twitter: @IKnowThatFaceP1 Intro and Outro Music: No Boundaries (motorik groove) by Keshco. Licence Featured Image Credit Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Pearl Review: Mia Goth Captivates and Terrifies
Three Blokes and Some Content

The Blokes review Pearl (2022) directed by Ti West. Hot off the heels of X released earlier this year, Pearl has some big shoes to fill. Can it live up to it's universally acclaimed predecessor?

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183: Pearl
Dead Meat Podcast
Chelsea and James are back with a long-awaited review of horror’s most precious jewel- Pearl. This episode is sponsored by Dad Grass! Go to http://dadgrass.com/deadmeat to get 20% off your first order.   WATCH OUR PROOF OF CONCEPT FOR OUR MOVIE, “Pre-Game”: https://youtu.be/o__XhcFS5Nc MERCH: https://store.roosterteeth.com/collections/dead-meat   Get the Full Podcast RSS Feed! ► https://cms.megaphone.fm/channel/deadmeat Dead Meat on Social Media: Twitter ► https://twitter.com/deadmeatjames Instagram ► http://instagram.com/deadmeatjames Tiktok ► https://www.tiktok.com/@deadmeatjames Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/deadmeatjames Reddit ► https://www.reddit.com/r/deadmeatjames/ Discord ► https://discord.gg/deadmeat Chelsea Rebecca on Social Media: Twitter ► https://twitter.com/carebecc Instagram ► http://instagram.com/carebecc James A. Janisse on Social Media: Twitter ► https://twitter.com/jamesajanisse Instagram ► http://instagram.com/jamesajanisse Practical Folks (James and Chelsea's other channel): https://www.youtube.com/practicalfolks MUSIC!! "U Make Me Feel" by MK2